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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1897

ANY OLD THING Will not do for an ad. Write your ad. intelli? gently, and be sure your goods and prices are all right. Then KEEP AT IT! ? tub WE4THIH i orrrnKt for Virginia: 8*ow 111 early iiiom'uir. fo1 owed Iiy fair ilur liiB the dav, cold, r tu the ea> ly morning, followed by fairourliig the ?l?y; colder at night; northerly to weHtrrly winds CAPTURES A WOMAN'S HEART! It does Indeed; the world-famous Ladies' Swell Special '97 "Cleveland." < 'omc and hob it. \W Kndax'8, s5. ROANOKE CYCLE CO., K 1.. PX1PPO, Mnnagcr. ? > < ? <? O <> h o 111 :i If you have not already sup- <> -plied yourself with one of -these necessities let us sell -you one. All sizes. Prices -50c up. Wo have a few slightly soiled (good as new) that we are selling at half Y -price. I massie'sTharmacy. C NIGHT CLERK OVER STOKE. I We Are Pleased "<?|-Tp AX S0UXCE THAT AM. A IS -TICI.RS l(Ot;(;ilT kkom US ' AN' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1897

Get This P when You AREUABLBLAX/ AND DIUROT IT RESTORES STRE REKEWSY1TAUT PURIFIES THE BLO REGinATESllEKIDN ?V?RANDB?WE1 WELLS. RICH^CC PR0PR1I BURLINGTON J And Don't Be De by Any Substitut That Some Deals Try to Sell You -for the Sake of the Larger Profit THEY DO NOT SIT. Come liVrde That Ifjttcli Tb?lr Eggm by <Jueer Device*. It is well known thnt tho Australian uiegapod is a bird thut is acnnstoined to ait on its eggs. Iu certuin parts of Aus? tralia are found numerous mounds of considerable sizo and height which the Arst explorers took to bo burial grounds. These wore made by the Mcgapodius tumulus, whioh uses them for hatching its eggH. They havo sometimes cousid oruble dimensions A nest that is 14 feet high und 55 foot iu circumference may bn regarded as largo. Ruch megapod bulds its own nest with material which it gathers from all ?ides, and theso ans exactly whut thu gardener uses in tho mouth of March to niuke his forcing beds?namely, leaves and decomposing vuget...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1897

K ' ??''"?"''l.-.. '"I'll'll IIIKItlM'IPIIITOIIIIIIIInllllll AVege table Prep aration for As - simitating Hie Food and Regula - ting the Stomachs and Dowels of Promotes Digestion.CIiecrful ncss and Rest.Contains neither Opnim.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Kmpe orOldDrSAMUELPITCBEa J'tnnpkm Ste,i~ j4Lx.Smna * JiotfulUMti sln?t Sa <l ? J\ppcrmint - JUi CUfianattSoda * fi&rmStttl - Clarified Jugar . liihtcsyrcm flarar A perfect Remedy for Constipa? tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish ncss and Loss of SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of "NEW YORK. "' At fa months old ^ > ??*' i:xact copy OF WRAPPER. FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE -OF IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EYEBY BOTTLE OF Castoria la pat up in ouo-sizo bottle.", only, It i'j not Bold in bulk. D.m't allow m.ycuo "to col! you anything cho r:i tho plea or promiso that it is 1 jur>t no poc.l" und "v.'ill aur.wcr every pct po8c." -CUT- Sco lLat you got C-A-S-T-O-R-l-A. Tho be- ^ | [ m ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1897

MUNYON'S GRIP CURE ChecltB discharges of Nose and Eyes, promptly relieves the Thront and Luuus allays Inflaniatlon and Fever aud tones up the System. It cures Headache and Diwdness accom? panying the symptoms of Grippe, pro? duces sleep and restores strenath to the body. It is invaluable in all forms of In? fluenza or obstinate colds. Munyon's Cold Cure prevents pneumo? nia and breaks up a cold iu a few hours. Price 25 cents. Munyon's Cough Cure stops coughs, night sweats,allays soreness and speedily heals the lungs. Price 2.1 cents. A separat? cure for each disease. At all druggists, mostly 2.1 cents a vial. Personal letters to Professor Munyon, 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., an? swered with free medical advice for any disease. EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Apportionment. No. 1 of the county school funds, for session 18fl(5-'97, distri btltes $2,971.57, the amount collected by county treasurer to December 1, 1890, are as follows: Catawba, $287.39: Central, .$732 80: Big lack, $831....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1897

1 We have something o say about Jackets hat ought to be of in erest to every house old. In the first place, e have determined ot to have a single arment of this kind eft on our hands. We lave mly Fifty Left! ind our former prices ?anged from $4.50 to 17.50. Now n SOLL OFFER lur $4.50 Jackets at .. S2.25 lur 7.00 Jackets at . . 3.50 lur 8.50 Jackets at . . 4.25 lur I0.CQ Jackets at . . 5.00 lur 12.00 Jackets at . . 6.00 lur 13.50 Jackets at . . 6.75 lur 15 00 Jackets at . . 7.50 lur 17.50 Jackets at . . 8.75 DON'T ik On Dowfl the Nhl WE OFFER 0.00 Plush Capes at .$7.50 I2.QQ Plush Capes at . 8.50 15.00 Plush Capes at . 10.0 22.50 Plush Capes at . 15.00 12.00 Astrakhan Fur Capes .... 8.00 15.00 Astrakhan Fur Capes . . . 10.00 12.00 Baltic Seal Capes 8.00 18.00 Baltic Seal Capes 13.00 25.00 Baltic Seal Capes 15.00 "wo Fur Collarettes, only $4 each. Look out for our big ;ut in Millinery. In "act all Millinery Goods :o just at half price. ?ur $10 hats we will ;ell at $5, Etc., and so ion...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1897

A healthy baby is the real jewel for which the wedding ring is only the setting. There is no place in Nature's economy for a childless marriage. Wedded couples that arc childless are never truly married. A baby is the tic that binds. The baby is the pledge that makes husband and wife one in nature and in fact, and that teaches mutual self-sacrifice and sympathy. Thousands of couples arc childless because of the wife's neglect of her health us a woman Too few women fully appreciate the importance of keeping healthy and vigorous the organs upon which motherhood is dependent. As a consequence, they are weak where they should be strong, and motherhood is cither an impossibility or a torturesoinc nnd dan? gerous ordeal. "This is easily remedied. The most wonderful medicine for women is Dt. Piercc's Favorite Prescription. It acts directly and only on those delicate or? gans upon which the perpetuation of the race depends. It allays inflammation, soothes pain and makes those organs healthy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1897

FASHION HINTS! Honirmnup. Artificial Flo wer? ? Evening Cup? i Lung and Short. Wedding gowns show but little cbango from season to BOOSOn. Thosa host liked are (iulto plain, Konio of thoin bolng abso? lutely dovohl of trimming. The train Is always long, and tho voll now often covors tho whole llguro. It Is suggostod that volvot and silk flow? ers lor millinery or ovoulng dress decora? tion may bo mnde at homo by clover women, ovou If thoy have not loarnod tho tratla Old blossoms and follngo may be taken apart to servo as putterns for petals and loaves, which must bo out out with sharp solesora to avoid frnying. The velvet DAM. oowx. must first be sMITonod by a preparation of shellac and alcohol, which is applied to tho back ond allowed to dry. .Stamens nud flower middles of nil sorts can ho bought by tho bunch, and some still wire, as well as tho lino kind for winding, will bo re? quired. Petals may bo curved by drawing; thorn over a knife, and tho heated point of tho knifo will ser...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1897

An Attractive Store.^ Tiin carpeulers ami painters now have charge of ray store? room to refit and remodel in evnry respect. I intend to have n bright ami attractive place of business', where every article will be marked in plain Gsures and so'.d at strictly one price. My meihuds of doing business will bo ou business principles aud I ho,.o to have my now home ready to r eceive you about February 18. Watch for Special Announce? ment, E. WILE, Successor to Jos. Cohn, Cor. Campbell mid Jefferson Sis., ROANOKE, VA. North, Kast,"oouth, West the Hower of (lours is "Pillsbury's Best." Costs n little more than any other be? cause it is worth more. And it. makes more bread, makes whiter bread, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is ' just as good," but it isn't. HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents, Hartsook Building, Market Square. Fire, Life, Accident LA'MGE S. BHVIS. nsurancel ??3D "23 C0v2Mi3~EB-! Office No. ti Camprtetl Ave. W . Roftnottc, Va. Kepre-r t-me stro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1897

? aub you Ai.iv?..' X Hotter let the people? ? a?know yon are a pronros?J i??Ivo merchant. I'm an?% ?d. iu The Times to show?? J?that you ?? ? ttHE KOT ?K*I) X VOL. XVII, No. ?7. P1UUK hii1kk UbNTS. j "~ I ihk wsmhsh ; ? I Forecast for Virginia: Fair anil CO tinned i old: tv*Htl*rl.V winds; not ku cold Saturday. CAPTURES A WOMAN'S HEART! ft docs Indeed; the world-famous Ladies' Swell Special "!?T "Cleveland." < tome and see it. VST Kr.du.x s, IfB. ROANOKt CYCLE CO., Id l. fliim'O. Manager. A 8m i7% rt*. A X 'fOTBCTOrS 11111 -If you have not already sup 2-plied yourself with one of T ? these necessities let us sell X ? yon one. All sizes. Prices 9 ----?jOc Up. Wu have a Tew J -slightly soiled (gnoii as new) X that we are selling at half ? -price. I MASSIE'SJPHARMACY. | X1GIIT CLKRK OVKH STORK. ?? 1 We Are Pleased I '('?).-To aknovn'ck that m l. Mi- (S? *v* ?TJCLK3 IIOUGHT KHOM i s can* gj> [\:: - BE KNUItAVKp, Most ALL KKKK j-v' V$-or cuauuk?somi: kkw s-,m : '?&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1897

THE TIMES. f EVKRV MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ; KOANOKK PUBLISHING CO., PUDLISHKKS AN1? PKOPKIKTOKS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. 8.Vf. TKKMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID); bAtLY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$ 1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 8.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 BUN RAY EDITION, ONE YKAH. 1.00 january. t \v t 5 ;i 10 17 31 M 4 11 18 25 ? 1? 26 0 ? i:{ 14 20 21 27 28 P 1 8 15 22 29 S 10 2:i 80 -,,?.,. (TtWfltlOHB Oflloo . , Cabinet-inrkers are dQill busy wit): the McKinley tproblem; Dtft with his 'char? acteristic -reticence ri>ie I'resideirt'elect says little aucl lets the wiseacres continue their speculations n*- 'to what, he may not do in the matter of ^selecting the mem? bers of Ulis official household. an uxjt?srr measure. The bill 'of Congressman Sherman, of New York, to abolish the ticket broker? age business and punish by fine and im? prisonment in the penitentiary any one not>an authorised agent of a railroad company whodealsin such tickets, is oue: of 'the boldest atte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1897

Vegetable Preparation for As? similating tlic Food and Regula - ling the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes Bigeslion.Chccrful ncss and Rcst.Contains neither Opiuni.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. /{tape of Old DrSAMUEL PIFCIIEIt Pumpkin Stt.l tUx.StlUHl * JRocAtlUSlls ytnist Stcit * J)iipcmiint - 4ii QjianattSada/ * (form Seed - CliiriAtd Sugar . \\utltiymn Mayor. Apcrfect Remedy forConsiipa tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms Convulsions,Fcverish ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. * At b mohths. bld K- ' EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. SPP THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE ?OF IS ON THE OF EVEEY BOTTLE OF1 Castoria is put cp in oao-sizo bottles only. It io not sold la bulk. Doa't allow auyeno to sell yoa anything oho on tho plea'or proiniso that it is just n3 gooil" and "will answer every pur? pose" ?3~8co that you get C-A-s-T-O-R-l-A. rio he 1397 Our'sisthe place where a little money goes a long way. Everything in the house at bar? gain Driccs: An Elegant line of Furnitu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1897

OARK HORSE WINS. Mr. Dubois Defeated in His Fight For the Senatorship. Botst) City, Idaho, .Ian. [28.?The Sena? torial contest In the Idaho State legisla? ture terminated to day by tho election of Henry Heltfelt, Pooullst. The ballot was: Heitfelt, 89; Dubois. 30; T. F. Nelson, 1. Twenty live Populists, thirteen Demo? crats and one Republican voted for the successful candidate Heitfelt is of German descent and has m limited command of the English lan? guage. He has several times represented his county in the State legislature and is lit present a member ol the State senate. Hehascnly a rudimentary education und is a free silver man. DOST IN THE SNOW. Birmingham, Ala., dan. 28.?News reached this city to-day of 'a lynching in Bibb county, near Briarfleld. A uegro, name unknown, raped a young white nirl named Battle. A posse wont in pursuit of him, despite the bitter cold weather, and after a long search captured and brought him up for identification. On being identified he was started...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1897

1 \ We have something to say about Jackets that ought to be of in? terest to every house? hold. In the first place, we have determined not to have a single garment of this kind left on our hands. We have and our former prices ranged from $4.50 to SI 7.50. Now IE WILL OFFER Cur $4.50 Jackets at .. $2.25 Our 7.00 Jackets at . . 3.50 Our 8.50 Jackets at . . 4.25 Our 1Q.C0 Jackets at . . 5.00 Our 12.00 Jackets at . . 6.00 Our 13.50 Jackets at . . B.75 Our 15 00 Jackets at . . 7.50 Our 17.50 Jackets at . . 8.75 DON'T IM On Down the Column WE OFFER $10.00 Plush Capes at .$7.50 12.00 Plush Capes at . 8.50 15.00 Plush Capes at . 10.00 22.50 Flush Capes at . 15.00 12.00 Astrakhan Fur Capes .... 8.00 15.00 Astrakhan Fur Capes . . . 10.00 12.00 Baltic Seal Capes 8.?0 18.00 Baltic Seal Capes 13.00 25.00 Baltic Seal Capes 15.00 Two Fur Collarettes, only $4 each Look out for our big cut in Millinery. In factall Millinery Goods go just at half price. Our $10 hats we will sell at $5, Etc., and so o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1897

I At first ill-health creeps up slowly, but at last it comes ot a gallop and I the rider is death. Of all known forms j of ill-health and L disease, consuntp. "tion is the most insidious. Its ap? proach is slow and sstealtby. But at the last death comes ?with a rush. Consumption has been frequently pronounced incurable. It Is not. It may be stopped?warded ofT? at almost any stage. But if the sufferer ncRlccts to take the proper remedy in the proper way, death is swift and certain. Consumption like almost all manner of disease has its inception in a trio of all embracing disorders. They arc "imper? fect digestion," "Irregular bowels," and "impure blood." They arc triplets. One is dependent for existence upon the other. Cure one, cure all. Dr. IMcrcc's Golden Medical Discovery is the best of all known remedies for this" disorder. It corrects dis? ordered digestion, invigorates the liver, regulates the bowels, makes the blood pure, and the nerves strong. It is the great blood maker and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1897

SKIRTS AND BODICES. Tallin anil Taffeta Unities ?Evening Wnpi of Itlcli Material. All skirt') nre lined except thoso of Buoh materials us tullo, gauze, moussollno do sole, erepo do solo, nnd tho llko, wliloh ?ro gathered or cloRoly plaited. For thoso n ?hiuith Hklrt benenth tnkes tho plnoo of a lining. It Iscf Kilk mid Is stiffened nround tho font to sustain it like any other skirt. Skirts of woolon goods, silk, velvet nod Pbish uro ontirely llnod with fuilloor taf? feta, plain or changeable. Tho lining "mat bo of tlio oxuot form of tho skirt it SB P, 8?^ ' DIKNRR UOWS. solf and must bo cut ns oarofully. An 111 fhnped mid ill fitting lining will spoil tho look of tho most expensive costume. While alcoves woro worn very largo it was permissible to bftve tlioin different from tho gown, and therefore the rejuvonn tion of costumes*was loss difilcult than it 1r at present. Now that sleeves uro much more moderate in t'toir dimensions Buch variation is not allowed. Trimming of vulvot, mous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1897

4.444444444.444.44.4444*4.4* 1 An Attractive ?* ?8; V, 1 watch for Special Announce men i. J Sacceworto Jos. Cohn, Cor. Campbell and Jefferson sis. ROANOKE, VA. 9 m _ 4} The carpenters ami pamters now have charge, of my store $ room to relit and remode! iu ? every respect, I intend to have * 2j a bright and attractive place of ij *} business, wliere every article will j* *j bo marked In plain figures and * * sold at strictly one price. My ie> v methods of doing business will be ? 2 on business principles und I ho,.o ? 2 to have my new home ready to & S receive you about February 18. i tu>xii*v .a. ;mi- t m "North. F.isr.r.-ouih. \Vosi the (Tower of flours is "I'illshury's liest." Costs a little more than nnv other lie cause it is worth more. \nd it makes more bread, makes whiter Ii rail, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else i- "jus! as ^-m |." but it. isn't. HAWKINS ? FIELDING, Agents, Hartsook Building, Market Square. UMNCE S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 January 1897

* PATRONIZE OUR I ADVERTISERS. VOL. XVII, No. OK IT.ICM 1HHKK ?IVNX8. t ' Forecast for Virginia: F?ir; ? urlli erly to easterly wlnda; stntlonar.v temperntnre cleveland c l l E Honest Value, g y $100. y e _ e l l a ROANOKE CYCLE CO., a n agent S. f4 d bicycles d ? l!.-iir Brush is the liest kind to ?buy, because the bristles are -securely llxed in a solid handle, -which will not wart, or split,as -thi) kind made in two pieces, -one glued to tin- other, will do. Prices?50c, 75c, $1, $1.25 and -op ward. % ? ?For .")()(? we are offerina an ? exceptionally line sold back ? ad bristle Hair Brush of our ^ ? own Import. See our window. I MASSIE'S PHARMACY. | ^;We Are Pleased $ "(^-TO AXXOUNCK Til AT All. Alt- 1% -TICf.KS IIOUUIIT FROM US CAN ^ v?-,.K EXURAVKI), Must AM, KltKK Js:* -?Ol-' C'IIAUUK?8OMK FEW BPE -CIAL BAROAIX3 KXORAVIXCI 18 -Oil A 1:0 111 > EXTRA. ?3 POINTER- |? WATCHES ARK N<?W CHEAPER fl| THAN KVF.R H8FORK, OR.WILL Hi UK IN Till. SF.AR f?< I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 January 1897

ITS MARVEL Paine's Celery Con Years of Tnere was never a remedy so eminently successful, so for above and beyond all competition, as Paine's celery compound. Paine's celery compound effects marvel? ous cures. Where other remedies miserably fail, and where doctors do not succeed, there Paine's celery compound is found curing disease, making people well ami happy. Here is the case of Mrs. flaff, who lives at 140 Summer avonue, Newark, N. J., and whose portrait is printed here. "My doctor," she says, "called my dis? ease liver complaint, stomach trouble, nervous dyspepsia, and almost every other I name you could think of. When 1 was in Portland, Ore., I had enlargement of the liver and the doctor thouaht all the trouble came, from that severe spell of Ill? ness. That was twelve years asro, and I have done nothing but doctor ever since. ] I have had the nest physicians examine me, and see if they could do anything for me. For months ;it a time my stomach and liver have been so sore tlin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 January 1897

Cnstoria is put cp in oso-slzo bottles f n'.v. It iu nut sold in bulk. Don't allow ar.ycho to soil yon anything ol.'.r? on tho ploa nr proiah-o tlat i: ia "just ao ?ooil" and "will answer overy pur? pose." -e^-bio that yon get C-A-S-T O-R-i-A. 1897 argains! Our's is the place where a little money goes a long way. Everything in the house at bar? gain orices: An Elegant line of Furniture. A Fine Assortment of Carpels and Rugs. A Fine and Varied Line of Queens ware. See Our Chairs?a fine lotlto select from. SQF" Kvery article marked down to bottom prices. w HABTBARGEQ & PATTERSON Trustees for W.W. Workman & Co., SO S AI.KMT AVKNUK. Store rons thruuKh t?? Campbell Ave. CATOGNI BROS., ? DEALERS IN ROUGH Hi FINISHED PINE Moulding?, Brackets, Shingles, Laths, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Bricks, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc. Office 1 10 Campbell St. 'Phone 1 74. B'gEgh Tht> only Bafo, (jure ane Naa^&TKPnW? IF&iO n tf* reliable Fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 January 1897

HAD DYSPEPSIA TERRIBLY. Dr. Greeno's Nervura Astonish? ed Him by a Wonderful Cure. . Mr. Bamcy Wilson, Cbaraulaln, N. V., pays:?"I could hot think easily, my head felt dull and strango, ami i was tired ami weak uliovcr. 1 liiic^v iny norrcd wore weak and prostrated, that I had dyspepsia terribly-, wby, I could scarcely cat anything from one day to another. 1 could not sleep nights, and w'oko mornings feeling weal;, tired and dragged out. Mit. HAnXRY WILSON. "I saw the advertisement of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nervo remedy, [procured Boino of the druggist at once, ami iK'foro I had taken two bottles I was so much better that I ?was astonished! I continued its use, and now ? am feeling as well and sound as 1 ever was in my Ufo I can truly say that had it not been for Dr. Greene's Nervura blood und nerve remedy I should now bo in my grave. 1 ear? nestly recommend it to all who arc suffering from disease." If constipated, nse Dr. Greene's Cathartic rills with the Nervura. llr. Gre...

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